Car Hire in Kerry Airport, Ireland
If you’re exploring the beautiful west coast of Ireland by car and are planning day trips to see historic sights, grab a deal on car rental at Kerry Airport to start your holiday with savings.
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Kerry Airport is centrally located in County Kerry, in Ireland’s rugged southwest, where they say an inch is a mile.
The phrase refers to the quiet coastal village Inch, and the sign telling you there is just one mile to go until you reach Inch Beach and the abundant holiday home and Bed & Breakfast facilities.
Wild Atlantic Way
County Kerry is a little bit along the Wild Atlantic Way, which actually begins in neighbouring County Cork.
Perhaps take an inland route through Kerry and West Cork. The landscape is stunning, limestone rocks and bog lands.
Drive at your leisure and get out exploring as much as possible, as the drive is short, and spend a night in Cork City or a remote Bed and Breakfast in the wilds of the West County.
To begin your Wild Atlantic Way road trip, travel to Bandon or Kinsale on the ocean and stick to the coastal route.
Along the way you will enjoy the freshest and most delicious seafood in picturesque, colourful fishing villages.
Skibbereen is a hidden gem between Cork and Kerry. Pass through Bantry and the Sillahertane Bog National Heritage Area to arrive at Killarney.
Plan an overnight in this historic village and take a horse drawn carriage ride through Muckross Gardens, surrounding Muckross House.
The Wild Atlantic Way reaches all the way up to Donegal, through Limerick, Clare, The Burren and Galway City.
There are too many sights and sounds to mention here; the best advice is to keep an open and inquisitive mind and enjoy the experiences and warm welcomes of the West of Ireland as you meet them.
Drive The Ring of Kerry
The Ring of Kerry is a 179km round trip, starting from Killarney Town.
Rounding the Iveragh Peninsula, you will pass through Kenmare, Sneem, Waterville, Cahersiveen and Killorglin.
If you are in Killorglin on August 10th, you can catch the madness of the Puck Fair, three days of festivities, horse fairs, cattle fairs, singing and dancing, all culminating in one special goat being crowned “King Puck”.